In this episode of the Go For Launch podcast, I talk to entrepreneur Judd Armstrong.
A native of Australia, Judd is perhaps best known for starting a wireless resolution in 2006, when he founded and bootstrapped Jaybird, which became the third premium headphone brand in the US alongside Beats and Bose. He sold the company to Logitech in 2016.
But life was not always so rosy, and in fact early on Judd left Australia to pursue a woman who would ultimately become his wife. He sold his possessions including a prized car and started in a retail job making $10 an hour—which didn’t help pay off tens of thousands of dollars of credit card debt.
After selling Jaybird, he could finally relax a bit and take a few years off to farm in Australia. In the meantime, he developed a lifestyle-friendly method of trading Bitcoin which grows money by 100x within just a few years. He has now made this method available for the first time with his Unlisted app which is designed from the ground up to cater to the needs of first-timers, with performance that delights experienced traders as well.
He’s also launching a new app this summer called Jump, which was born from his intensive study of the power of positive thought and how our subconscious plays into our relationships with happiness health and wealth.
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